Futurama: Season 3, Episode 10

The Luck of the Fryrish (11 Mar. 2001)

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Fry goes on a quest to recover his lucky 7-leaf clover after being convinced that his brother took over his identity after he was frozen.



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Episode cast overview:
Turanga Leela (voice)
Bender / Yancy Fry, Sr. / Midget Jockey / Noticeably F.A.T. (voice)
Raoul / Race Announcer / Documentary Announcer / Band Member (voice)
Yancy Fry Jr, (voice)
Hermes Conrad (voice)
Horse D'ourves Salesman / Hair-bot / Breakdancing Teacher / Andy Goldman (voice)


Fry goes on a quest to recover his lucky 7-leaf clover after being convinced that his brother took over his identity after he was frozen.

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Title screen gag: Broadcast simultaneously one year in the future. See more »


In the "Centaur Race" the announcer declares that the #4 horse won, but the #4 horse actually came in third. The #6 and #10 horse came in a close first and second. See more »


[Fry falls headfirst into a garbage bin outside a kitchen]
Horse D'ourves Salesman: That is one unlucky guy.
[Tips a bucket of fish guts over him]
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References The Mickey Mouse Club (1955) See more »


Don't You (Forget About Me)
Words & Music by Keith Forsey & Steve Schiff
Performed by Simple Minds
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Tears me up each time
7 April 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I am not sure I can say anything about this great episode than anyone else has ever said. It's wonderful seeing all these references to the 1980's. Any show that can still mention break dancing is fun for me.

But the ending of this episode may be one of the most amazing endings to a television program ever. I have seen it dozens of times, but I cry every single time.

Too often shows don't focus on love and feelings. Fry's family is often also shown as being flippant and not caring about him very much. Too often we are led to believe brothers are always adversaries. This episode shows that despite all of that, a brother can be the greatest thing in the world. You'll love this episode, just make sure you have a tissue box close because you will need it.

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